The Star's Dave Helling: "A new poll apparently conducted by opponents of Rex Sinquefield’s petition drive to put an income-for-sales tax swap on the November 2012 Missouri ballot shows declining support for the idea in Springfield, Mo., a conservative stronghold. The poll — by Momentum Analysis — shows Springfield voters oppose the swap by a 43% to 37% margin (that is within the poll’s margin of error.) In September, the pollster says, Springfield voters support[ed] the swap by a 9% margin. That’s a 15-point swing in three months."

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